From a twins' rare birth to gorgeous gingerbread houses at Ritz Carlton's 9th Annual Gingerbread House Contest and Auction in Half Moon Bay, there was a lot going on in the Peninsula this week.
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Belmont: A beautiful rainbow graced Belmont's skies after the storm, which is now Belmont Patch's Facebook cover photo. Credit: Kumi Reed
Burlingame-Hillsborough: Pizzeria Delfina is opening its third and largest location in downtown Burlingame. Credit: Krista Alm
Half Moon Bay: The Ritz-Carlton raised $1,700 in its 9th annual Gingerbread House Contest and Auction for Coastside Children's Program (CCP), a nonprofit agency serving children and families in Half Moon Bay. Credit: Dominic Bigue
Menlo Park-Atherton: Cisco wifi dudes Eric Dentler of Belmont and George Manuelian of Atherton enjoyed a late lunch Thursday. Credit: Joan Dentler
Millbrae: Santa (Patch Associate Regional Editor Dave Colby) entered the room at Taylor Middle School with bells ringing and a hearty HO-HO-HO! Credit: Coryne Wong
Pacifica: Local officials take the first ride on Pacifica's free shuttle, The Devil's Slide Ride, a free shuttle on weekends offering 17 stops in Pacifica. Credit: Carol Camacho
Palo Alto: A true Christmas miracle occurred when newborn twins Kate and Annie Carlson survived after sharing a single amnioic sac in their mother's womb. Credit: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
Redwood City-Woodside: There are still more chances to see The Nutcracker at Redwood City's Fox Theatre after this weekend. Peninsula Ballet Theatre has two shows next weekend. Credit: Lance Huntley/PBT
San Carlos: The Night of Holiday Lights kicked off the merriment of the season in San Carlos. Credit: Anya Knoth
San Mateo and Foster City: Abbott Middle School students participated in Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Education earlier this month. Credit: Itzel Velasquez
South San Francisco: Tech company Success Factors just moved into the big Centennial Tower off Hwy 101 in South City. Credit: Success Factors